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He rattled and clanked a little, as he moved, but in the main he seemed to be most cleverly constructed, and his appearance was only marred by the thick coating of polishing-paste that covered him from head to foot.
Scarcely had he done so ere a party of armored knights and men-at-arms clanked out upon the planks above him from the mouth of the dark alley.
The furnaces roared, and the powerful engines whizzed and clanked, like a great metallic heart.
That was not yet finished when Jeremiah Flintwinch opened the door, and they all clanked into the stone hall.
The front garden-gate clanked, and the Secretary was seen coming at a brisk pace up the steps.
Centurion Alex Davidson, from the re-enactment group XIII Geminae Legion, clanked into the Little Elborow Street venue on Thursday afternoon for one of his regular Roman activity days.
The trumpets blared, the man in the leopard-skin apron whacked out the booming rhythm on the big drum, and the vanquished clanked in irons in the middle of the procession.
Massive and not so massive pieces of machinery whirred and rattled and clanked, processors blinked and automated video presentations told and retold messages of product design, development and benefits.
Shots that were falling earlier clanked off the rim, and Inglewood, tired of playing passively against the zone, started driving hard to the basket to force the issue.
In patients recently under observation, its visible symptoms include clanked free throws, airballed jump shots, poor shoot-or-pass decisions, a failure to box out rebounders and an ill-timed slip by a crunch-time playmaker.
Steve Lavin endured more heartburn along the way Thursday, such as the time when he ordered his Bruins to play for the last shot of the first half and Ray Young, well-tutored upperclassman that he is, clanked a jumper off the rim with 20 seconds on the clock.
Young shot a 3-pointer off the side of the backboard, then clanked a leaner.
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